The Bluff

A 4km ridge that provides the land-locked harbour of Port Natal with its  southern  arm is known as the Bluff, or to the Zulu as isiBubulungu (‘the long bulky thing’). The ridge is a 90m high bush-covered dune of sand, which protects the harbour from winds.    Marine Drive runs along the seaward side and leads to a viewing site from where there is a  panoramic view of the harbour and city.  King, one of the founders of Durban, is buried on the bluff.

Talana Museum

Talana Museum

Dundee has a unique museum that is situated on the Talana battlefield and housed in the original...

Platrand / Wagon Hill

Platrand / Wagon Hill

Friday night the 5th of January 1900 was moonless, and at about midnight, some British outposts on...

Gandhi Statue Ladysmith

Gandhi Statue Ladysmith

Friday night the 5th of January 1900 was moonless, and at about midnight, some British outposts on...

Town Hall

Town Hall

The Town Hall Museum was built in 1883 as the Town Clerk's Office, but nowdepicts  the history of...

Siege Museum

Siege Museum

A museum, decidedly Victorian in character, is housed in the original Market House built in It was...

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